How does your dog like carrots? If your pup love carrots, these carrot banana dog muffins will surely win his heart.
These Carrot Banana Dog Muffins are the perfect treat to feed your favorite four-legged family members. They’re moist, delicious, and will have your dogs begging for more.
This recipe for Fido's Carrot Banana Dog Muffins is a great way to bake with your dog. For pups who are hungry and have a sweet tooth, this baked good is the perfect treat.
Making your own dog muffins could be a good way to add more vegetables to your pet's diet. These easy-to-make treats are easy to make with the right ingredients and may even help clean your dog's teeth as they work similarly to muffins we eat for breakfast.
Whether you're looking for a way to give your dog something healthy to chew on or you want to bring your dog to the vet for regular checkups, these carrot banana dog muffins are a great idea.
Muffins are awesome! These muffins are the perfect size and very cute. As for the muffins, there's no reason they can't be served when the occasion arises. It's for that reason that I'm sharing this carrot and banana dog muffin recipe.
Among the fruits and vegetables are carrots and bananas. They're healthy for our dogs. This muffin recipe does not require a special occasion. Muffins are perfect for any day of the week!
🐶How to Make Fido's Carrot Banana Dog Muffins
Carrot Banana Dog Muffins are a great dog treat that can be made easily at home. Dogs love the taste of them, and your dog will be happy you are making treats in the comfort of your own home.
They are especially great for dogs with food allergies as they are simple to make, and dogs can have fun with them too with the addition of peanut butter to the recipe.
You can enjoy these muffins for both yourself and your dog. Make them even if you aren't a dog lover 🙂
There is no reason they shouldn't get to enjoy some of the same homemade food that people do; after all, they’re living with us, so shouldn't they too?
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Whole Wheat Flour- whole grains (like whole wheat) are full of nutrients that are great for your dog, such as fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals. Antioxidants are also found in whole wheat.
Carrots - besides carrots being an excellent source of vitamin A, did you know they also contain antioxidants, dietary fiber, and minerals?
Egg - eggs are simply the binder for the ingredients.
Banana - dogs love bananas! For a healthy, fat-free, low-calorie snack, bananas are a splendid choice. Besides being healthy for your dog, they're low in cholesterol and packed with nutrients.
Baking Powder - using a small amount of baking powder as a leavening agent in dog muffins or pupcakes is just fine for your dog. You don’t want to use it in large amounts. However, if you prefer not to leave the baking powder out, you can substitute baking powder for yogurt.
Cinnamon - I love using cinnamon in dog muffins, pupcakes and even dog treat recipes! It makes the recipe not only smell great, but has many health benefits for dogs.
🥣 Supplies Used:
- Medium-sized mixing bowl
- Large-sized mixing bowl
- Cupcake Pan
- Mini Cupcake Pan - if you have a small dog, you may prefer the mini cupcake pans.
Step 2: In another bowl mash banana, add in carrots, egg and water. Mix combine. Then gradually add in dry ingredients until batter forms.
Step 3: Preheat oven to 350° degrees Fahrenheit. Spray with non-stick cooking spray, mini muffin tin. Fill tins completely.
Step 4: Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown. Let cool and treat your fur-baby to a healthy treat!
👩🏻🍳 Baking Tips
If the muffin mixture gets too dry, add a tablespoon of water to get it blended properly.
If you have a small dog, use a mini muffin tin instead.
🦴 Storage Tips
The cupcakes can be stored in your refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. They can be frozen for up to two months.
🦮 Frequently Asked Questions
Can I use Other Types of Carrots?
You don't have to stick with the traditional carrots in dog treat recipes. Go ahead and try another color of carrot for these dog cupcakes to make them even more fun. Besides orange, carrots come in yellow, red, white, and purple too! Substitute or add any of these other colors of carrots for variety.
Can I use this Recipe to make Dog Cupcakes or Dog Cakes?
Using this dog treat recipe, you can make muffins or a cake. You can make this into a cake by pouring the batter into lightly greased cake pans or loaf pans instead of muffin tins. Start with the suggested baking time, then check every few minutes to see if it’s done.
How Much should I Feed my Dog?
Treats should be limited the amount your dog can eat at one time and their size. I give my small dog, Ruby, a 20 lb Goldendoodle a half a muffin a day. My Labrador Retriever Callie gets a whole muffin (usually split in half).
- 2 Cups Whole Wheat Flour
- 1 Cup All-Purpose Flour
- ¾ Cup Grated Carrot
- 2 Cups Water
- 1 Egg
- 1 Banana, Mashed
- 1 ½ teaspoon Baking Powder
- 1 tablespoon Cinnamon
1. In medium bowl, combine whole wheat flour, all-purpose flour, baking powder and cinnamon. Set aside.
2. In large bowl, mash banana, add in carrots, egg and water. Mix combine. Gradually add in dry ingredients until batter forms.
3. Preheat oven to 350° Degrees Fahrenheit. Spray with non-stick cooking spray, mini muffin tin. Fill tins completely.
4. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown. Let cool and treat your fur-baby to a
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 60Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 7mgSodium: 36mgCarbohydrates: 12gFiber: 2gSugar: 1gProtein: 2g
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